29/02/2012 in Commercial Litigation, Construction Disputes, Corporate, Dispute Resolution, Real Estate, Real Estate Litigation, Real Estate & Development
This note provides general guidance on the preparation of witness statements of fact for use in civil litigation. It sets out what they should and should not contain as well as providing practical guidance aimed at ensuring witnesses know what is expected of them at trial.
You can read more in the full "Witness evidence" inbrief here.
For more information please contact James Levy, Owen Williams or your usual Lewis Silkin contact.